The First Lady of the Nation, Constancia Mangue de Obiang, received in audience the new United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund representative, Antero Almeida de PiAa, in her first meeting with the international official.
Antero Almeida is taking over from Brandao Gomes Co, who has left Equatorial Guinea following three years as leader of the United Nations agency, who said farewell to the Honorary President of the Support Committee for Equatoguinean Children under the Head of State’s Office on 22nd September last year.
As such, in this the first meeting, Almeida presented himself before the First Lady as the new UNICEF representative before the Malabo Government, so that both parties can continue to promote and strengthen their relations in children’s rights.
Antero Almeida praised the humanitarian work of the Doctor Honoris Causa in Social Sciences in the protection of the most vulnerable layers of society in the country.
Mangue de Obiang, for her part, reaffirmed her interest in working together with UNICEF to protect childhood.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea